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Cristiano Ronaldo commends champ in Manchester United's 3-2 triumph over Atalanta

Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo commended enthusiastically subsequent to scoring a late victor in his side's 3-2 success over Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night, an objective that likewise saw him take a specific record back from Lionel Messi.

Navigate the exhibition above to see a few pictures of Ronaldo's wild festivals!

In the wake of discovering themselves 2-0 down at Old Trafford at half-time following a frustrating opening 45 minutes, United required something extraordinary to turn the conflict around before anticipating fans.

Marcus Rashford pulled an objective back for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men eight minutes after the break, before skipper Harry Maguire leveled for the Red Devils in the 75th moment. Bruno Fernandes, in the interim, gotten the two helps.

Joined kept on heaping tension on an apparently drained Atalanta, with that force in the end paying off in the 81st moment when Ronaldo tracked down the rear of the net with an all around coordinated header from a Luke Shaw cross into the crate.

A sensation of help and jubilance washed over the home group as Ronaldo ran to the corner banner prior to sliding on his knees in festival, and maybe not just on the grounds that the objective put United ahead.

His late strike likewise saw him recover a Champions League goalscoring record, as he is currently the one who has scored against the most rivals in the opposition (39). Messi had drawn level with his opponent after he was on track against RB Leipzig on Tuesday night.

This is as per Manchester Evening News, who additionally called attention to that the previous Real Madrid and Juventus forward has gotten multiple times in Europe's greatest club contest since his presentation 19 seasons prior.

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Talking after the game, Solskjaer was pleased this his players didn't surrender.

"I thought we played well in the primary half, however two possibilities, two objectives, and that needs to stop," he told BT Sport.

"We have a propensity for doing this at this club, yet first half we played well however they never quit accepting and continued onward.


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